Tuesday, November 10, 2009

NYC Judge Dies from complications of sarcoidosis (Lungs)

An article like this only supports what I believe, that there is a lot more among us than we think. Who knows how long he was dealing with this disease. He passed away at 74.

New York Times article on  Charles P. Sifton

I also copied and paste the article below fearing it might not be available later.

The New York Times

 November 10, 2009

Charles P. Sifton, Judge in City Case on Term Limits, Dies at 74

Charles P. Sifton, a federal judge in Brooklyn whose rulings paved the way for women to join the New York Fire Department and for Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg to run for a third term, died Monday at his home in Brooklyn. He was 74.
The cause was complications of sarcoidosis, a lung disease, his son Sam said.
Judge Sifton handled many major cases in more than 30 years on the bench, many of them as chief judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
He presided over civil-rights and school desegregation cases as well as trials of Mafia chieftains, Irish terrorists and Joseph M. Margiotta, the Nassau County Republican leader convicted in 1983 of mail fraud.
The judge’s term-limit ruling, in January, stands out for its impact on recent New York City politics, with the mayor’s re-election last week.
Judge Sifton’s decision upheld a law passed last fall by the City Council to allow incumbents to run for a third term. The Council had followed the wishes of the mayor and some of its members in overturning a two-term limit endorsed by voters in two referendums in the 1990s.
Judge Sifton rejected arguments by Comptroller William C. Thompson Jr., who became the Democratic mayoral candidate, and others who filed suit to reverse the Council’s action. They contended that only another referendum could overturn the limit and that voters’ constitutional rights to free speech and due process had been violated.
Judge Sifton ruled that officials elected by voters are entitled to reverse direct referendums.
“To hold that overturning a law enacted by referendum infringed on First Amendment rights would effectively bar repeal, amendment or revision of all laws initiated by the people,” he wrote in his 64-page opinion.
In 1982, Judge Sifton ruled that a Fire Department test of physical strength and speed discriminated against women. He ordered that a new test be developed and that 45 women who had sued the city be hired. The women had to pass an interim test that emphasized agility and stamina over strength and speed.
Judge Sifton also ordered that a new, nondiscriminatory test be prepared. The city appealed the order to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. That court approved the new test, and in 1987 the United States Supreme Court refused to hear arguments on the appeals court’s decisions, allowing the test developed under Judge Sifton’s order to take effect.
In 1992, a decision by Judge Sifton put him in the middle of a controversy over a pill, banned in the United States, that induces abortion. He said the United States had acted illegally when it seized pills containing mifepristone, sold under the name RU-486, from a pregnant woman who had bought them in France, where the drug was legal.
The Supreme Court reversed his decision. But the publicity the case generated was seen as helping to build support for the eventual approval of the drug in the United States in 2000.
Charles Proctor Sifton was born in Manhattan on March 18, 1935, and graduated from Harvard in 1957. He was a Fulbright scholar in Germany, and graduated from Columbia Law School.
He worked on the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and in the office of the United States attorney in Manhattan, where his last position was chief appellate lawyer. He then worked in private practice.
President Jimmy Carter appointed him a federal judge in 1977. Unlike many federal judges, he had never belonged to a political organization.
Judge Sifton’s marriage to Elisabeth Sifton, a prominent book editor and author and the daughter of the theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, ended in divorce.
Besides his son Sam, the restaurant critic of The New York Times, Judge Sifton is survived by his wife, the artist Susan Rowland; two other sons, Toby and John; and three grandchildren.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

R.I.P. Steve L. Jefferson

Steve Passed away August 30th of this year. He was only 38 years old. The news was shocking as I found out on my news feed in facebook. I froze for what seemed like forever. You know when 10 billion thoughts go through your mind I guess that means you brain is trying to process the information. I never personally knew Steve but I have exchanged messages with him  several times. I can tell you what I had admired about him most is that as bad as his condition was. He never felt sorry for himself and I never saw him complaining about his symptoms. That's a role model and a hero in my book. I want people to know that. I would love for all those that read this blog entry to go to his facebook tribute page and just write a message for Steve. Even if you don't know him. If you have sarcoidosis and are dealing with this disease or know someone who is dealing with it then you in a way you did know Steve Jefferson. All of us who dealt with not being able to breath, night sweats, Pain, and too many other to mention symptoms then You knew who Steve was.
Something really important if we are to advance medical treatment or just find out more about this disease through research in the medical community is the spreading of awareness. You have this disease and don't like to talk about it I suggest you do. I start off by Mentioning Bernie Mac because everyone knew who he was. Sometimes some of us look great on the outside and on the inside we feel like crap, well that's something worth mentioning too. Tell as many people as you can and do it because you want them to know this is out there not because you want them to feel bad for you. Wear your sarcky Shirt, your red Sarcoidosis bracelet and display the purple ribbon so people can see it. Steve always talked about spreading awareness, so for him I will do the best I can to do just that.

One of the reasons breast cancer cases are down in current times is because there has been so many advancements in early detection all thanks to awareness efforts.

If your the praying type then prayers are needed for the Jefferson family as they get through this tough time.

His wife Londonne is determined to pick up where Steve left off in spreading awareness. She is a strong woman who is going through a lot with her kids and her family. Let's show her she is not alone in this struggle and visit the facebook tribute page.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Mayweather's "Rare Lung Disease"

An article came out on Floyd Mayweather Sr and mentioned his "disease" sarcoidosis. I wish the article would have gone into it a little bit more but hey at least they spelled sarcoidosis correctly right?

I feel bad for Mayweather even though he probably wouldn't want anyone to feel bad for him. Especially since he can still whoop somebody's ass, mine included. I just hate for people to have to go through that period. I'm glad he's feeling better as per the article he is eating organic foods and is doing well but no mention of what medication he is on if any but the article does state that thet "his rare lung disease, sarcoidosis, is under control, ." Whatever that means...

I wish him well and hope he really does have it under control. I also hope he talks about it more because the more he does the more coverage and exposure this disease might get. 

Here is the article http://www.fighthype.com/pages/content5912.html

Thursday, October 8, 2009


Well, I guess it's all in my head. My primary doctor and I got ahead of ourselves here. Swollen lymphnode in my neck + Coughing+ High ace levels= Nothing? After a lung scan and breathing tests my specialist in New York Dr. Alvin Tierstien said to me that I was still sarcoid free. He then asked if I'm really there because I miss him. Joking aside I still need to find out why I sound like I smoke 5 packs a day for 100 years. My voice is really hoarse and and it doesn't hurt. I gotta go back to my primary so she can explain the ace, the lymphnodes and everything else. I guess I'm just being paranoid?

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


Blood work came back and ace levels up to 86. Just as I suspected after finding a slightly enlarged lymph node. I thought it was gone and carried on as such, although it's not confirmed until I go into my pulmonary specialist to do x rays my coughing today tells me what's coming.

Sad yes, feel sorry for myself no, I know what I need to do now. 

I'll do it with the help of family and friends including some sarko's I met along the way.

hasta la proxima!

Note to self:
Do something about the high cholesterol while your at it.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Circle of Sarc

When you go through some lengthy medical hardships like we do it become a 7th sense sort of to know your body's state of health. Sort of like a heightened state of health alertness if you will. We know our bodies and when we are sick when to take a double dose of preds, how far it will get us. In a way some of us know more than doctors. At least after 2 years of dealing with this disease that is how I feel. 

The last 2 weeks I have been feeling a bit out of norm. Short of breath a bit of fatigue and today I found a lump under my jawbone that feels like an enlarged lymphnode. I have had plenty of them that's how I know what they feel like.

It's a a bit scary to think after 8 months on the path to normal that this thing might be coming back. I went to my regular doctor and she found a a lump in my stomach, she attribute it to scaring from surgery. I asked her to check my ace levels as I knew something just didn't feel right.

What ever happens happens, I'm ready for whatever comes I just hope it's not too bad I'm really focused on work right now.

Cross your fingers for me and hope it's just all in my head

Saturday, September 5, 2009

7 months sarcoid free

It feels like longer than that but I'm still sarc free. October isn't a good month for me something always happens I know, I know, no negative thoughts. I feel great and I gotta say the experience has changed me forever. I really think twice before taking anything for granted! 

Even when I was at my worst this disease taught me to so much and I'll never forget it. I'll also never forget what I went through and how it feels what some of you go through right now. 

Sometimes I even think about getting a tattoo (no I don't have any) as a constant reminder of how things used to be. Reminding myself sort of keeps me in check, so I think about it from time to time. I wonder if this makes sense to anyone else?

Monday, August 31, 2009

A fellow sarkie passed away today...

Steve Jefferson was my facebook friend. His wife Londonne Jefferson was also my facebook friend and she announced his death on facebook in the wee hours of the night. I don't know exactly of what sort of complications he died of but I know he was struggling with sarc for quite some time. even though I never met the man, I felt a deep sadness upon hearing this news. For those of you who are the praying type I believe his family will need it... Here is a support page his wife set up for him some time ago page on FACEBOOK Rest in Peace Steve...

Friday, July 31, 2009

Fox 5 news Interview with Kim Grant Sarcoidosis Patient

Kim Grant, sarcoidosis patient on the news with her Doctor explaining the disease to the Washington DC, Metro area and now on facebook!

It's a huge step in the right direction for sarcoidosis awareness. Fox did the right thing and Kim thanks for spreading the word. 

Monday, June 15, 2009

Sarcoidosis Awareness Society SAS

A 4 month petition online concluded with 723  signatures. This was presented on June 4th at the steps of No. 10 Downing Street in London, to be handed to the Prime Minister.
The petition started I believe, with Keith and from there Sarcoidosis Awareness Society (SAS) was created.

The Big 3 responsible for this are Charlette Doggett, Martine Caitlan and Keith Bigland. 

I take my hat off to these three as they are heros to the struggle. Their efforts in the UK have been tremendous! 

Here is their page on Facebook where you can donate and see pictures of their historic trip to hand over the petition.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Life Sarcoid Free

It's been a long time since I knew what normal felt like. I give thanks to the man upstairs for letting me feel good again. Even when I was sick I had plenty to be thankful for though. I realize that this may be temporary, but I don't live in fear of this disease coming back. I'm just thankful for the things I have learned about myself, and for the outlook it gave me. I lost some of the prednisone weight but not all of it. I normally don't post pictures of me but here's one of me taking a paddle on the Delaware River. Something that when I was at my worst I thought I would never do again. 

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

9/11 victim dies from dust exposures?

There is a small tiny little bitty article in some sort of news service maybe from a university in New Mexico that wrote about a 9/11 victim who was helping people get evacuated died as a result from getting sarcoidosis due to dust exposure.

9/11 victim dies from dust exposures?

I wrote, "This was written without any basic research of what sarcoidosis is. Medical science does not know what causes sarcoidosis, whether it’s hereditary or environmental. There is also no cure and the most frequently used treatment is steroids to suppress the immune system and inflammation since it is believed to be an auto-immune disease. Only 3-5 percent of patients die from sarcoidosis. I agree with the fact that the dust from 9/11 may have been the reason he got sarcoidosis since there are many cases. In fact a spike at Mt. Sinai Hospital in NY who treated many firefighters. However there is no proof or for that matter I wonder if there is a study being conducted at all.

The statement, “died from sarcoidosis which was caused by the World Trade Center dust exposures.” Is not a fact but more like an opinion because it can’t be proven.

Again I agree that may have been the case but I would’t want to ill inform people about this disease.

Oh, how I wish we had more facts."

I wish people that call themselves a news source would research a little bit before the writing. Maybe whoever wrote the article would have had more to write about. Thanks for writing about it anyways because we really need the exposure. Even it it's just this little piece.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Weaverville Fire Chief Richard Smith

The Trinity Journal article makes you pay to view the article online which is just wrong. It's not cheep either. I'm writing out a check because it seems that he was a volunteer fire chief in a town called Weaverville, Ca. Since  Sarcoidosis seems to be attracted to people in the firefighting industry it's only right to collect some money for him so he can pay his medical bills. I'm not sending much because of current economical situations but I hope others will join me.

Donations for Fire Chief Smith may be mailed to the Weaverville Fire Department at P.O. Box 447, Weaverville, CA, 96093-0447.

These are the only two articles I could find on Mr. Smith:

Tigers hold benefit for fire chief

British Petition

I don't know how many Britons read this blog (not many) if you do then you probably already know about this petition and if not we'll here it is

It's a "petition the Prime Minister to Improve awareness and stimulate research of Sarcoidosis amongst the medical community and public alike to stop misdiagnosis and unnecessary surgery including organ removal due to the aforementioned misdiagnosis."

As per the petition. Please sign it if you are a British citizen.

They have 564 signature but more is needed!

Thanks Keith and also a big thanks to Martine for helping spread the word and being so involved

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Something to write about

What now? The whole point of this blog was to put down how crappy I feel so other reading it wouldn't feel like they were the only one. I never made this a blog about my life in fact I don't even use my name, really. I wanted it to be about sarcoidosis, news update on m health and all things sarc. 

What to do? 

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Friday, March 13, 2009

News from the OSU Medical Center

It always feels good to know people are working on it!

"Researchers first to analyze gene expression in sarcoidosis
A consortium of researchers, including those from Ohio State University Medical Center, are the first to assess genome-wide gene expression at the tissue level in patients with sarcoidosis. The study's findings appear online in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. "Our study provides novel insights into diseases pathogenesis and identifies novel prognostic biomarkers," says Dr. Elliott Crouser, first author of the study and a pulmonologist and critical care specialist at OSU Medical Center. Crouser said this study has led scientists to the discovery of new potential biomarkers of disease and new possible targets for treatment of sarcoidosis. Sarcoidosis is the most common interstitial lung disease and the cause is unknown."

Week 1

Well I think I'm out of the woods as far as the steroids are concerned. No withdrawal, no crazy symptoms. Seems like for the time being the sarcoids took a leave of absence. I'm happy but not like one would think. I was happy when the sarcoid was active. So when it left I thought it was great news but My hope aren't through the roof because I have been burned once before. Last year around spring, (this time) the sarcoid left and came back in the summer. So you can see why I'm walking on eggshells here. I'm glad that SOB is gone though and the best part is no more pills.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Day 4

Unbelievable, no issues getting off the prednisone. If I didn't have any issues by day 2 I don;t think I would have any by now really. I have my energy, I'm getting good night's sleep. It's like the nightmare is finally over. I do have flashbacks to where I was at my worst and that's something I can never forget. I wont count the sarcoidosis out for good because it's such a peculiar case but I'm glad it's gone for now.  Give my lungs a break you know?

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Day 2

walked around quite a bit in the mall, got tired but not destroyed like I used to. I guess I don't feel completely normal because of the hernia thing. That and I forgot what normal felt like. My nose is OK but I wish there was a little less congestion, it's not like before where I would wake up with dry mouth. I'm sleeping much better the last few weeks I think I can get used to it.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Day 1

Day one off the prednisone, no hang ups as of yet. I do feel a lump in my thought but it's been there before and it's gone now. I feel lighter so I should take advantage of that and kick off a weight dropping campaign, might not be a bad idea I have a vacation coming up. 

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Prednisone free (for now)

OK the latest, My lymph nodes on my face shrank down so my face no longer looks like I'm storing nuts for the winter. I lost 8lbs thanks to last's weeks barfOthon. I went in today for my check up, and on Xray my lungs are really clear besides some scarring. And my breathing tests came back good. I'm currently on 5 mgs of prednisone and for the first time Dr. T just told me to quit. No going to 2.5 and then 1 mgs. Just no more. Last time I stopped I had to ween down to 1 mgs and I was declared in remission. This time we'll see. I'll stop the preds and see how long The sarc will stay away. What's weird is that this happened quick just last week I notice my lymph nodes were gone.

Now I got the hernia thing to take care of but I'm thankful it's just that I thought something else was wrong with me.

I don't want to say I'm in remission yet but the fact that my x rays looked so good compared to 6 months ago make me feel good about the whole thing.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Another trip to the emergency room

i just got admitted to a room. 
i was having breakfast around 11am when all of a sudden i get hit with this pain in my abdomen. im thinking it's my lymph nodes again. after some time the pain intesifies sorry for all the typos btw crappy touch screen keyboard. the pain was unbearable, long story short they think it's small bowl blockage maybe caused by hernia or old scar tissue from previous surgery. they say it's not sacoid related but ibwas thinking if it ws hernia it might have been caused by recent surgery

the pain went away and i feel good no meds yet just a ct scan

The above is what I wrote from the little internet device from the hospital room. I just got home. I spoke with a surgeon who thinks it's a hernia in my navel area. Possibly left vulnerable from a previous sarc related surgery in that very same spot. 

The pain was just unbearable, I thought I was going to pop out one of those aliens like in the movie. 

Missed a toasters show tonight because of this.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Crap for a Cure!

This is a part of a grassroots campaign lead by The Gardener to raise awareness and in this particular case Money for sarcoidosis. I was emailing back and forth with TG telling him that I wanted to hold a garage sale and send the proceeds to FRS Foundation for sarcoidosis research. He thought is was a great idea and took it a step further by designing some banners and yard signs. OK them we got ourselves something here now. 

TG thanks for your support on this. I am probably holding this garage sale very soon, as it's still too cold up here. I will also post all of the fun on here and who knows maybe together we can raise a significant amount of money this spring for FRS . I'm getting ready now with the following:

Make an inventory of everything I want to sell, (TVs stereos books and furniture mostly.)

Get the signs and banners!

Have my sarckie shirts clean and ready to wear that day!

Send out an invite to all the local sarckies!

Have some fresh coffee in the AM and some hot dogs on the grill in the PM

check with the town to see what date

Put in play some cheep advertisement that focuses on the neighborhood (town newsletter, craigslist)

Any other ideas I'm all ears!

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Sarc sufferers dealing with other illnesses

Friday I was having lunch at a spot I haunt in my route. I had some pork with rice and veggies. I carried on with the rest of my day. I had a meeting that evening and after the meeting we had dinner at the office. I noticed I was a bit full still from lunch so I just sort of had a sampler plate of everything that was there. It was buffet style as they brought in some caterers. On my way home around 8pm I called my wife and let here know I wasn't feeling to good and when I got home an hours didn't even go by until I started to regurgitate. I was praying to the porcelain gods for the next several hours until the diarrhea started, I had shivers was really cold despite the heater being on full blast. At about 2am I had enough and told my wife to take me to the hospital. By this time I'm dehydrated can barely speak, can't breath I'm Fatigued to the point that when I walked in to the emergency room they put me in a wheelchair. Well I know it's too late to make this story short but I'll try. They hook me up to IV fluids and gave me something to stop my vomiting. However I had to runs and I soiled myself while there, (never in my life). When the doctors came to look at me they were concerned because my blood work showed my white blood cell count way up and he said this might be the prednisone or it might also suggest something like Chrons disease since It runs in my family. I looked at my wife and told her not to worry it's not chrons I told the doc that My white blood cells are high because of the steroids and opted not to do the ct scan they wanted me to do. The couldn't diagnose me but I feel pretty confident that it was contaminated pork that did this. I finally got home yesterday around 8:am and rested the entire day making sure to keep hydrated .

My thinking is and I'm not sure about this so maybe someone can clarify, but those of us with sarc when we get hit with something like this or even just a common sold hits us harder that healthier folks? It sure seems like it, that or I'm just a big baby.

It just so happens the receptionist at the hospital also had sarc. Interesting huh? we are out there!

I'm at home resting up but I am feeling better now although I do have a tightness in my chest I started eating solids foods today. I should be good by tomorrow.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

UK sarcoidosis awareness petitions *UPDATE* NOW AT 564 Signatures!

He has promoted this on various sites and now he is featured in the local paper in Linwood where he lives.

Great Job Keith!

Lingwood man petitions prime minister about disease

Keith Bigland from Lingwood who suffers from the disease sarcoidosis, Photo: James Bass.

12 February 2009 12:10

Sarcoidosis petition on petitions.number10.gov.uk

A Norfolk man is petitioning the prime minister for more support and information about a little-known medical condition.

Keith Bigland, 41, from Lingwood, near Acle, has gathered 330 signatures so far on his petition on the Downing Street website. He suffers from sarcoidosis, a debilitating condition which causes tiny lumps in or on the body. It can affect many organs, particularly the lungs, and can even be fatal.

Mr Bigland's condition is mainly in his liver and causes him headaches, vision problems and loss of memory which makes even making a cup of coffee a difficult ordeal.

He has had to give up his job at Sainsbury's, although he hopes to return there when he starts treatment. He has been suffering from symptoms for three years and was diagnosed just over a year ago, but is still waiting for treatment because the condition is so little-known. He is also a carer for his wife Sue, who has a long-term medical condition.

His petition calls on Gordon Brown to promote awareness of and research into sarcoidosis, and warns that misdiagnosis can even lead to organs being removed wrongly.

He said that he and fellow sufferers have been buoyed up by the response to the petition. He said: “The petition has lifted everyone's spirits. It is all about awareness at the moment and this is helping to raise awareness.”

Petition link at http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/sarcoidosisaware/

Monday, February 2, 2009

Over doing it,

I know I'm not in the best of shape and sometimes I don't know how far I can take my body before it extracts revenge on me, BUT I try anyways. I love the outdoors and for the last two years I either felt I couldn't do anything or just didn't feel good enough to go out. This year I either feel better or am not scared anymore. Whatever the case is I over did it last Sunday when I hiked several miles in the snow in a north Jersey forest. I came home overly exhausted and had a tight chest (couldn't breath for several hours). In fact I couldn't even sleep from the breathing. For the next couple of days I was just spent. Sometimes it's worth it and sometimes it's not. All in All I consider myself lucky to even get out at all.  The picture above is a paddle in the icy Passaic river I went on a couple of weeks ago. It's what cabin fever does to you I guess.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Can your doctor do this?

Called my pulmonary specialist today to follow up with how I feel. I was getting home when he called me back and I realized that the other pulmonary specialist I went to when I couldn't see Dr. Tierstien had sent me a scribe to go get a ct scan. He recommended I get one every 6 months just like it says in all the text I have read about sarcoidosis. So Dr.T asked how I'm doing and my response was that I actually feel pretty good. My Lymph nodes are not running wild at the  moment although the ones on my face never went down to normal size. I have energy and my breathing is OK. I proceeded to tell him that it's time for my ct scan it's been 6 months. He's like what ct scan? I said, "ct scan to see how I'm doing". He then started to tell me how unnecessary it is to do a scan like that when all he needs is an x ray. Doing a ct scan is the equivalent of doing 30 x rays! 

I remember reading that most doctors can find sarcoidosis on an x ray because they are not looking for that. I also remember having x rays done in the hospital when I had my splenectomy and no one could tell my breathing problems were from all that cloudiness in the x rays. It just goes to show I really think I'm in good hands with Dr. T

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Lets all be invisible

OK, I remember watching the movie "The Fly" when I was a kid, I always thought about the possibility of breaking down every molecule of your body and transferring them in proper order from one pod to the other. I thought this might me possible one day. Well so far no word on that but they will have a "cloak of invisibility instead. If there is money and enough scientists out there to advance technology to the point where we become invisible then why cant we do something as simple as kill cells that are damaging other cells without killing the whole bunch. Or what about a safer way to control inflammation? Jeez I think I'm asking for too much here, what about the cure for the rhinovirus (common cold)? 

Common now...

Science closing in on cloak of invisibility

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Lessons from Half Cat

This is an incredible story not only because it had me in tears but it teaches a great lesson for us sarckies. I'm not going to go into so I just posted the link to where TeeGee posted it. It's a must read I cant say no more!

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Got my Snarkie Sarckie shirt!

Here I am in my Snarkie Sarckie sarcoid Oh Crap! shirt. 

I want to thank The Gardener for making these shirts a reality. We had rubber bracelets and pins before which is great but this is a wonderful upgrade in our spreading awareness toolbox. 

Get yours here and be apart of this grassroots campaign  in the fight against sarcoidosis.

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Snarky Sarckie T shirts and Mugs by The Gardner

My man The Gardner from the FRS forums put together a collection of T shirts and mugs so that we can now express ourselves with humor!

My favorite one is Sarcoidosis rhymes with, I feel like crap.

Snarky Sarckie T shirts and Mugs by The Gardner

Sarcoidosis United

Sarcoidosis United
Sarcoidosis United